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A catalog of my recorded works for various ensembles ranging from Solo piano to Large Orchestra as well as Choral and Vocal music. All compositio… Read More
A catalog of my recorded works for various ensembles ranging from Solo piano to Large Orchestra as well as Choral and Vocal music. All compositions are my own work. Read Less
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Recorded at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music by Joshua Silva on Trumpet and members of the SFCM New Music Ensemble conducted by Jaqcues Desjardins.
Performed by members of the SFCM New Music Ensemble conducted by Jacques Desjardins.
A three movement sonata for Solo Piano. Recorded at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music by Scott Foglesong.

I. Allegretto grazioso
II. Adagio e dolce
III. Gigue - presto
Performed by the San Francisco Choral Artists.
A song cycle for Soprano and Piano. Text are the Walt Whitman Poems 'Facing West from California Shores', 'Darest thou now O' soul', and 'A Clear Midnight'. Performed by Rebecca Palmer, Soprano, and myself on Piano.


II. 'Darest thou now, O' soul'
III. 'A Clear Midnight'
A single movement neo classical trio for Flute, Violin, and Cello. Performed by Michael Williams on Flute, Julia Rogozia on Violin, and Gretchen Claassen on Cello.
A four movement piece modeled after the Baroque Trio Sonata idiom. The two Flutes interact as soloists while the Bassoon and Harpsichord act as a basso continuo. Performed by Michael Williams and Amy Sedan on flute, Jim Onstott on Bassoon, and Kevin Korth on Harpsichord.

I. Prelude - grave
II. Allegro
III. Larghetto
IV. Presto
A three movement piece for Two Pianos. Performed by Scott Foglesong and Mack McCray.

I. Allegro
II. Larghetto
III. Tarantella
A single movement piece consisting of three dances in the neo classical style. Performed by Symphony Parnassus and conducted by Stephen Paulson. The piece begins with an introduction. Each dance consists of similar thematic material but presented in different variations. Likewise, each dance is separated by Interludes which are variations of the material presented in the Introduction. it is only in the final dance that the separate statements are combined.